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Hatari! (24-May-1962)

Director: Howard Hawks

Writers: Leigh Brackett; Harry Kurnitz

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Africa

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Red Buttons
Actor
5-Feb-1919 13-Jul-2006 They Shoot Horses Don't They?
Bruce Cabot
Actor
20-Apr-1904 3-May-1972 Saved Fay Wray from King Kong
Eduard Franz
Actor
31-Oct-1902 10-Feb-1983 The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake
Hardy Krüger
Actor
12-Apr-1928   The Flight of the Phoenix
Elsa Martinelli
Actor
13-Jan-1935   Hatari!
John Wayne
Actor
26-May-1907 11-Jun-1979 The Duke

CAST

John Wayne   ...   Sean Mercer
Hardy Krüger   ...   Kurt Muller
Elsa Martinelli   ...   Anna Maria D'Allesandro (Dallas)
Red Buttons   ...   Pockets
Gérard Blain   ...   Charles Maurey (Chips)
Bruce Cabot   ...   Little Wolf (The Indian)
Michčle Girardon   ...   Brandy de la Court
Valentin de Vargas   ...   Luis Francisco Garcia Lopez
Eduard Franz   ...   Dr. Sanderson

REVIEWS

Review by Bix (posted on 6-Apr-2005)

I first saw Hatari in 1962 with my wife and our 6 year old son and 8 year old daughter. My wife and I just happen to be watching it again today (4/6/05) on a DVD. The movie is about a group of 5 men and 2 women who are capturing wild animals in Africa to be shipped to zoos.

It is a very entertaining movie with good acting and great action scenes in Africa. It is produced and directed by Howard Hawks, with original music by Henry Mancini.

They don't make movies like this any more. Starring John Wayne and Red Buttons.


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